Leaders improve when they make positive, intentional choices, such as every day choosing a positive attitude, self-care, personal drive, generosity, growth, and excellence.
Hybrid work (a blend of virtual and in-office) is going to be a major feature of the post-COVID-19 world, including the courts. What are the reasons for this, and what can court leaders do to plan and manage the transition to a hybrid workplace?
What will the "new normal" be in 2025? PEW Research has revealed several major issues, changes, and impacts -- prime among which is a technologicial "tele-everything" world. This post discusses all of this and how they will impact the courts.
What are the 2021 technology trends that courts will face in the coming year? Trend areas as diverse as cybersecurity, AI, cloud computing, and user experiences are opportunities for courts to dramatically improve operations.
Are Leaders and Managers different? Here are the common distinctions between these two roles in administering any organization.
As 2020 draws to a close, in this end of year post I recap last week’s NCSC eCourts Virtual Conference and share some thoughts on this past, unprecedented, year. The eCourts Conference (https://e-courts.org) was a slimmed down, online version of the annual event held in Las Vegas. There was the usual good content, and here … Continue reading eCourts Highlights and Reflections on 2020
President Lincoln exhibited many excellent leadership traits as during his presidency. Here are the key things he did to overcome many challenges and be one of our greatest Presidents.
The revised International Framework for Court Excellence is an excellent resource for courts as we continue to respond to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. The courts in Singapore, Republic of Marshall Islands, and the United States have taken many actions to apply the IFCE.
Kip, the Moving Guy is an inspirational story about how keeping a positive attitude and taking ownership of your circumstances get great results in life. Kip says: "If I let my job upset me, I will ruin my day."
NACM announces a FREE series of virtual education sessions. For ten weeks there will be several sessions every Thursday on a wide range of court administration topics. NACM membership is NOT required.